When comparing Endomondo vs Lifesum: Healthy Lifestyle, Diet & Meal Planner, the Slant community recommends Lifesum: Healthy Lifestyle, Diet & Meal Planner for most people. In the question“What are the best apps to track diet and/or exercise?” Lifesum: Healthy Lifestyle, Diet & Meal Planner is ranked 6th while Endomondo is ranked 7th.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Generous free version
All the necessary features for a basic fitness app can be used without getting the Premium version.
Pro Motivates by giving optional challenges
Endomondo allows competing with others or setting and reaching personal goals. Winners of challenges get prizes.
Pro Analyzes performance
Performance analysis can be viewed on Endomondo's homepage after a workout.
Pro No need for an Internet connection
Once downloaded an Internet connection is not required, except for social features.
Pro It's free
Pro Beautiful design
Pro Big database of recipes for more nutritious meals so you can eat wiser
Pro Nutrition grade system for food
Each food has a grade from A to F based on its nutritional values.
Pro Barcode scanner
Pro High usability
Con Calorie measure is way off
Unless you a heart rate monitor is used with this app (requires Premium), the burned calorie estimate is way off and based purely on weight, gender, duration of activity and speed (based on GPS tracking).
Con Works only on outdoor activities
Indoor activities can be logged manually, but the app is created to track outdoor activities.
Con Aggressive upselling (in app)
Con Expensive "Premium" membership
Anything of personalized value within the app requires a "Premium" membership. You need to pay $4.00/month for 12 months or $7/month for 3 month periods, which is absolute insanity.
Con No longer has web-version
Lifesum had the web inteface but they no longer support it and cut it out from the new version of their website.